Winnipeg’s first free meditation marathon features the practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation – a gift that keeps on giving.
The 46th edition of the annual Festival du Voyageur kicks off in St. Boniface, running from Feb. 13 – 22.
Never facing any serious homophobia in the locker room, he’s been accepted by his teammates as fewer and fewer people have issues with him being gay.
Helping people attain literacy allows them to cope with everyday life and to be a mechanism for social change.
Charitable organization in downtown Winnipeg helps women and single parents find training and employment, as well as find themselves.
A recent gathering in Winnipeg brought together people of many cultures to discuss how best to respond to violence committed in the name of religion.
The film follows the journey of Indigenous people as they seek to establish dialogue with the Canadian government by putting an end to the inertia over treaties.
Grant Park Middle School Performing Arts troupe entertains audience with laughter, singing and some great dance numbers.
Innovative redevelopment of St. Matthew’s Anglican Church creates a community of communities.
Outspoken, right-of-centre columnist Tom Oleson lives on through the Scholarship Fund in his name, which supports students at Churchill High School.